MES students excel in French diploma exams
TRIBUNE NEWS NETWORK
DOHA ALTOGETHER 22 students from MES Indian School excelled in the DELF A1 and A2 examinations conducted by the French Embassy in Qatar recently.
The students took French as their second language in the CBSE National and International examinations.
All the students cleared the A1 level while six cleared A2.
Glen D’Souza got the highest score of 93 percent, followed by Shrutee Murali with 90 percent marks.
The Centre International d’etudes Pedagogiques (CIEP), Paris and the Ministry of Education France award internationally- recognised certificates for the examinations.
During her visit to Qatar recently, Director of Research, Innovation and Training at the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, Dr Sadhana Parashar, lauded the French department for the initiative.
MES Head of Department of French Shafi Sheriff and teachers Rathika Rajendran, Cherifa S and Hayat Kara received their training at the French Institute Doha and are certified by CIEP, France.
Attache’ at the French embassy in Qatar Hocine Challabi appreciated the effort and enthusiasm of the MES French department in promoting the language among its students.
Principal of the school AP Sasidharan said, “Knowledge of a foreign language enriches a students’ repertoire of academic skills. MES actively encourages its students in their quest to learn other languages.”